I know I owe you a blog about my yoga teacher training with Trimurti. But first I wanted to share this awesome pizza my friend Nanette and I made on the fly! You can watch the video here.
Since I was making this up as I went the ingredients are totally estimates. I think you’ll find if I’m close to correct it will be very delicious! You know nutritional yeast is magical stuff right? It makes everything taste better.
You’ll need a store-bought pizza crust or make your own about 10-12 inches in diameter.… Read more
May Cooking By Color – Purple/Blue
Howdy friends! I know it’s been a while since I posted my own recipe, but things have been pretty busy. Besides working as a substitute teacher to make some extra cash, I’ve been training really hard in the gym. Basically my meals have become really simple and repetitive while I’m training and my creative recipe development has been lacking. But I promise to have you some delicious Cooking By Color recipes soon! Until then enjoy this guest post using eggplant (which I have a love/hate relationship with 😉
Roasted Walnut & Eggplant Boats by Macaroon
When I was in the 8th grade, purple was my “signature” color.… Read more
March Cooking By Color – Orange
Howdy folks! Happy Meatless Monday to ya! Did you have a good weekend? If you usually read my blog through Google Reader you will need to switch Readers because that one died. I don’t want you to miss any delicious recipes so check out Feedly. You can also subscribe with your email address, which is the best way never to miss a post!
Now we discuss important matters. Would you call lentils red or orange?… Read more
March Cooking By Color – Orange
Orange you glad it’s March? Hehe. I can’t believe how fast the year is going! It’s running away from me and I can’t seem to catch up! But hey it’s another month and another color here on the blog. We’ll be cooking from the orange family of foods and boy do we have some delicious things planned for you!
What are your favorite orange foods?
So orange foods have a wealth of health properties! They are most well known for their vitamin C and beta-carotene content, which are linked to building strong immunity, fighting cancer, are great for eye health, protects skin from aging, and protects against cardiovascular disease.… Read more
February Cooking By Color – White, Brown, and Black
Hope you had a great weekend folks! I’ve been back home in Dallas cooking for someone in town for a conference who needed a macrobiotic chef. It’s funny because I moved to Austin and then my business blew up here in DFW! Thankfully it’s only 3 hours away and I can stay at my dad’s house so I’m happy to travel (and cook for my dad!). If you are in DFW or even Houston keep in mind that I travel for food coaching, private cooking instruction and cooking parties.… Read more
Cooking By Color – Green
I’m going to confess something that makes me feel a little bit inadequate as a vegan chef. Until a few days ago I had never cooked with kohlrabi. I knew what it was and saw in the store time and time again. But I was a little scared of it. I mean look at the thing!
Do you get a what the heck do I do with that feeling? Yeah, me too. Thankfully my new wonderful intern opened up my world to Kohlrabi this week.… Read more